Friday, October 30, 2015

Introducing Davidson's Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs

Hello Foodie Friends,

Today, I would like to introduce you to Davidson's Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs. How would you like to eat your favorite egg dishes without having to worry about the risk of contracting Salmonella or other viruses and bacteria? Well now you can! Thanks to a patented, all-natural egg pasteurization process these risks are completely eliminated. Using only warm water and a unique combination of time and temperature, farm fresh eggs are heated to the exact temperature needed to destroy all bacteria without cooking the egg or changing its taste. Because the surface of each egg has thousands of tiny pores, a thin layer of food-grade wax coats the eggs once they are pasteurized, preventing cross contamination and extending its shelf life to over two months. Whoa! That sure is a long time...although they wouldn't last that long in my house, lol! 

Safest Choice™ eggs have received the ACF Seal of Approval for culinary performance from the American Culinary Federation, Inc., the nation's premier organization for professional chefs and cooks. So with all these accolades, you might be wondering by now, how do they taste?!? Well, to be honest, the first time I tried them in a frittata and really couldn't detect any distinct difference. (Although just knowing that these eggs were free from bacteria risks offered peace of mind, making it worthwhile for that fact alone, in my book). I decided to hard boil them to use to make deviled eggs. I have to tell you that I did notice that they peeled really easy and the taste of my lemongrass infused deviled eggs were outstanding. Not bad for my first attempt at making deviled eggs. I combined lemongrass paste with mayo and mixed with the egg yolks along with diced tomatoes and shallots and added a pinch of truffle salt. Delish!



Davidson's Safest Choice™ eggs are rich in nutrients, protein and heart-healthy fats, with only 70 calories each and are available in both All Natural ad Cage Free varieties at grocery stores nationwide. I found mine in my local Publix. For more info and egg recipes, please visit SafeEggs.com.

Until we eat again...
  I send you delicious wishes, xo

Denise

Denise Righetti, C.F.O. (Chief Foodie Officer)
Savor Our City™
www.SavorOurCity.com

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